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FOX Business
Mar 27, 2013 4:00pm EDT
, just you said. in fact 12 miles off the shores of san francisco. and it's a place for a thousand entrepreneurs who are starting new companies, new high-tech companies, to be able to do it right near silicon valley where they can connect with capital and meet with great people and all the stuff that really helps companies succeed and become the googles and the facebooks of the future. david: all right. dario, call it by name, a boat or series of ships connected to each other. it is a floating lab if you will for high-tech startups, right? >> that's correct. that's correct. our goal is to have the most amazing place anywhere in the world, including silicon valley for high-tech entrepreneurs to live and work in. we would like to have the best and brightest people from different parts of the world, living and working together. it's kind of like olympics on the high seas for the high-tech entrepreneurs. but it is really important to mention that being close to silicon valley is the most important component of our plan because the silicon valley is the the best place to do high-tech st
FOX Business
Mar 8, 2013 4:00pm EST
is on the case. she is live in san francisco with more on what is just a categorical scandal, claude, and what is happening now? >> you're right, liz and david, good afternoon. the state parks department here in california is in damage control mode after becoming a symbol of government incompetence. turns out for more than 13 years ten of millions of tax dollars sat unused in hidden rainy day accounts as the state was moving to close 70 parks and volunteers desperately scraped together donations to keep them open. at first it was thought to be an embarrassing accounting mistake but according to a investigation by the attorney general's office park officials deliberately kept the funds secret. critics it says as much about bad management as it does about the mind set in sacramento. >> when someone working within a department and agency almost becomes their own and they think of it as their own and they get very protective of it. that culture they have then determines their behavior and it is obviously in this case it was the wrong behavior. >> well thanks to a new state law the secret stash whi
FOX Business
Mar 26, 2013 4:00pm EDT
in san francisco. i don't think they can get much easier. david: we have to leave it at that but i have to ask finally, is it possible pressure, public pressure people calling their congressman could hold off the point at which these apps might be taxed to the point where they could do harm to the entire industry? >> i believe so. that's why congress did what they did last week. yeah, it is still very much undetermined, yet to be determined. david: dr. stephen greer, great to see you. thanks very much for coming. liz? liz: david, despite sales not reaching targets last year and demand in the industry lacking nissan is still putting the pedal to the metal with the launch of 2013 all-electric leave. they are standing by it but jeff flock is behind it as behind the wheel. jeff? >> listen, liz, can you hear this? can you hear? yeah, you're right. that is the sound of an electric engine. it is a leaf that charges faster, goes farth and costs less. how is this possible? i will explain from behind the moving wheel of a nissan leaf, the 2013. stay tuned. we're in traffic though. oh gees. (annou
FOX Business
Mar 29, 2013 4:00pm EDT
delivery service in the san francisco bay area. shoppers that sign up will get six months of free same day online orders with retailers in the area. >>> a a quarter of u.s. firms in china are victims of data theft. chamber of commerce and trade secrets were compromised and stolen from their china operations. >>> toys "r" us is withdrawing the 800 million initial public offering. it filed it in may 2010. no explanation. diswas provided. >>> new york is raising minimum wage. legislature approved $15 billion budget that included hiking pay from 7.25 an hour to $9 an hour by 2016. that is today's speed read [buzzer] liz: special good friday version. thank you very much. what if your next smartphone screen was nearly unbreakable, unscratchable? i'm talking really unbreakable? no scratches, no nicks, no cracks. one company is hoping to make that reality using sapphire instead of glass. the catch? it will maybe your cell phone a lot costlier and maybe heavier. hey you will save money, right. if you don't have to keep replacing it. tom gutierrez, ceo of ge -- gte advantagesed technologies. i have
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